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COMING IN THIS WEEK’S BUSINESS PRESS

HERE TO HELP: Federal, state and local governments are helping small-business owners get loans, learn better management techniques, obtain government contracts, expand into export markets and cut costs.

RELAX, AND DO IT: From climbing and piloting airplanes to comic book collecting, Las Vegas businesspeople are finding different diversions for relieving workplace stress.

EXECUTIVE SNAPSHOT: Datanamics Business Development Manager Chris Conlee describes morality lessons from his grandfather and the allure of his company’s trademark trade-show giveaways.

THIS WEEK’S LIST: Technology-based companies and research-driven firms.

THIS WEEK’S BUSINESS PRESS POLL QUESTION

Log onto the Las Vegas Business Press website and let us hear your opinion on this week’s question

John Trasviña, assistant secretary of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, vowed at a recent meeting with local minority chamber officials that he would not allow landlords to use Arizona’s illegal immigration law to be used as a pretext for housing discrimination. Arizona’s law requires police officers to check the immigration status of anyone they reasonably suspect might be in the country illegally.

Do you believe that the federal government should ensure that landlords don’t use the law to check on renters’ or homebuyers’ immigration status?

Answer at www.lvbusinesspress.com/poll

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